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43" JVC LT-43MAW400 1920x1080 FHD LED TV EXPIRED

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Walmart has 43" JVC LT-43MAW400 1920x1080 FHD LED TV on sale for $128. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Brightness: 240cd/m²
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Ports:
    • 1x USB
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x Optical Out
    • 1x TV Tuner
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 3x HDMI

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Walmart has JVC 43" Class FHD (1080p) LED TV (LT-43MAW400) for $128 shipped free.

Full high-definition 1920 x 1080 resolution televisions provide you with sharp, high-quality pictures without much distortion. For smaller screen sizes, Full HD gives you great value for money.Sleek and lightweight with wide viewing angles, flat-panel TVs feature a slim profile and are an ideal choice for wall-mounting.

Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080;Contrast Ratio: 5000:1 (Dynamic);3x HDMI Inputs;USB Input

http://www.walmart.com/ip/JVC-43-.../305564554


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I'm honestly curious, what do you need HDMI 2.0 for in a basic off brand 1080p TV?

With that said, I would not expect it to be 2.0.
Bought one for my grandma who I just found out was looking for a bigger TV that wasn't complicated. Only wants to be able to turn it on and off and change the channels and volume. So not being a smart TV was actually a plus in this instance. Perfect timing!

She just sent me a check for $150 to spend on whatever I wanted because she gave her granddaughters the same to buy clothes for their new jobs after graduating college. I told her it was not necessary and she said to spend it on whatever I wanted, so it is coming right back to her because this is what I spent it on.
JVC is an odd company. Top quality projectors, garbage rebadged TVs. Not saying this isn't a deal. Just a strange company.

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43" for anyone Interested—I'm an idiot and couldn't find it anywhere in the post
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Hdmi 2.0??? Or 1.4
Walmart shares surprisingly few specs.
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Anyone have experience with this tv. This size is perfect for my guest room, not sure of quality.
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43" for anyone Interested—I'm an idiot and couldn't find it anywhere in the post
Posted via mobile. Shows me 43" in the title and the description. 🤷🏻 ♂️
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Anyone have experience with this tv. This size is perfect for my guest room, not sure of quality.
i have the 4k model from jvc, same size and it looks exactly the same,, and got it for like $180 a year ago, not really worth...
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JVC is an odd company. Top quality projectors, garbage rebadged TVs. Not saying this isn't a deal. Just a strange company.
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Hdmi 2.0??? Or 1.4
I'm honestly curious, what do you need HDMI 2.0 for in a basic off brand 1080p TV?

With that said, I would not expect it to be 2.0.
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Is nobody going to comment about the soldering iron in the other pictures?
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Hdmi 2.0??? Or 1.4
it's a 1080p tv with 60hz at a super budget price, so i highly, highly doubt that it has hdmi 2.0, not that you would gain any benefits even if it had hdmi 2.0.

if you're worried about compatibility with a hdmi 2.0 device, then it'll be fine. it's limited by the bandwidth (the "weaker" of the two, which is the 1.4).
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Is nobody going to comment about the soldering iron in the other pictures?
That's gonna be the warranty service....
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JVC is an odd company. Top quality projectors, garbage rebadged TVs. Not saying this isn't a deal. Just a strange company.
Jvc is just a name any more. In the past 5 years 2 different manufactures produce TVs with JVC on them.
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Hdmi 2.0??? Or 1.4
Does not matter as it's 1080p
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